Editable div in HTML

When we're make a user interface on our website and want to add some attractive features but some confusions occurs what would be it ?
Then don't be hesitate to use this script in which you can edit any div in html in really its DHTML.
In this tutorial give you some simple step to add this features in your website just like below image.

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Please click me!!

<script language="javascript" src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.3.2/jquery.min.js"></script>
<script language="javascript" src="http://techdilute.yzi.me/demo/editinplace.js"></script>
<div class="editme">Please click me!!</div>
<div class="selectme" id="selectme-0">Apples</div>
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In this tutorial we use a text-field and a drop box you can add more by add in javascript file.
$(document).ready(function() {
//When div.edit me is clicked, run this function $("div.editme").click(function() {
//This if statement checks to see if there are
//and children of div.editme are input boxes. If so,
//we don't want to do anything and allow the user
//to continue typing

if ($(this).children('input').length == 0) {
//Create the HTML to insert into the div. Escape any " characters 
var inputbox = "<input type='text' class='inputbox' value=\""+$(this).text()+"\">";
//Insert the HTML into the div
//Immediately give the input box focus. The user
//will be expecting to immediately type in the input box,
//and we need to give them that ability

//Once the input box loses focus, we need to replace the
//input box with the current text inside of it.

$("input.inputbox").blur(function() {
var value = $(this).val();
$("div.selectme").click(function() {
//Only place a select box in this div if there is
//not one there already

if ($(this).children('select').length == 0) {
//Since we cannot start an id with a number, we must
//place alphabetical characters in front of it, separated by a -
//We find the actual id on the right side of the - character

var id = $(this).attr('id').split("-");
var currentid = parseInt(id[1]);
var str = "";
//This is our array of select values. These could be anything you wish,
//with any number of values.

var arr = new Array("Apples","Oranges","Pears","Grapes","Strawberries");
//Turn the array into a select box. Show the current value as the selected value
//Note that we put ids on the options. This is paramount in being able to display
//the correct text back to the user

for(i=0; i<arr.length; i++) {
if (currentid == i)
str += "<option selected id='opt-"+i+"' value='"+i+"'>"+arr[i]+"</option>";
str += "<option value='"+i+"' id='opt-"+i+"'>"+arr[i]+"</option>";
str = "<select class='selectbox'>"+str+"</select>";
//Put the select box into the div
$("select.selectbox").blur(function() {
//Get the user chosen value
var value = $(this).val();
//Obtain the textual representation of the chosen value
var valuetext = $(this).children('option#opt-'+value).text();
//Replace the selectme div with the new id. This can be parsed
//for a database update, and allows the user to choose another
//value if he or she clicks on the div again.

$("div.selectme").attr({'id': "selectme-"+value});
//Put the text into the select div.